The pieces of the Sinestro Corps War are still falling as Guy is finally reunited with his lost love, Ice! And as Kyle Rayner tries to start his new life as a Green Lantern, Sinestro rings continue to empower new and deadlier forces in space.
It's not nearly as eventful as it has been recently, and it's definitely not a necessary addition to your library if you don't really care about anyone besides Hal Jordan, but "The Sinestro Corps War" epilogue in this month's Green Lantern Corps won't disappoint Corps fans. Read Full Review
Overall this is a decent epilogue for the Green Lantern Corps side of the Sinestro Corps War. Its rather uneventful except for the end, but for Corps fans its a decent read. With the madness that has been foreshadowed in the final pages of Green Lantern #25, Im a little wary of where this series is going. I think Peter Tomasi is a great writer, but I feel that Dave Gibbons owns this title; much like Johns owns Green Lantern and Im not sure if hes the right choice here. Read Full Review
Editor turned writer Peter Tomasi proves to us that he knows his Lanterns. Each is written well in character but Kyle and Guy receive more story time than the others. Kyle ponders a job offer for an art director position but ultimately cannot figure out what why he does not jump to take the position. I really like Tomasi on this book. I am not sure how much writing he has done in the past but I am looking forward to where he is going to take the Corps. There is such a large cast of characters that he can choose from. Patrick Gleason draws the issue with six different inkers. I am surprised that each page is consistent with this art style. The inkers did a terrific job of keeping things consistent. Read Full Review
Green Lantern #19 was your typical sluggish and dull epilogue issue. I think that DC really missed on a chance to turn plenty of new readers onto this title. An average issue like Green Lantern Corps #19 the minute the Sinestro War story arc is over might not make readers feel that it is worth sticking around on this title. Read Full Review
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